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China Olympic Team Movie Poster Photoshops

From: China Olympic Team posters, extreme lightning, extremely charred, If it does not knock you down, it is not lightning~~~!!!!

Yaoming (Hancock):
Yao Ming (China Men’s Basketball Team)

Spider-xiang 2 (Spiderman 2):
Liu Xiang (China 110m Hurdler)

Saving Private Ryan:
Yi Jian Lian, Yao Ming, Wang Zhi Zhi, and Sun Yue (China Men’s Basketball Team)

The Warlords:
Yi Jian Lian, Yao Ming, Wang Zhi Zhi (China Men’s Basketball Team)

The Beijing (The Banquet):
Liu Xiang (China 110m Hurdler), Yi Jian Lian (China Men’s Basketball Team), Wu Ming Xia (China Women’s Diver), Yao Ming (China Men’s Basketball Team), and Guo Jing Jing (China Women’s Diver)

I am Hua Tian (I Am Legend):
Hua Tian (China Equestrian)

Ta Men Neng Ti (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles):
Yi Jian Lian and Cheng Jia Hua (China Men’s Basketball Team)

Note:
“Ta Men Neng Ti” means “They Can Kick.” Maybe this means they are bad at basketball so maybe they can play football?

Kung Fu Dunk:
Yao Ming (China Men’s Basketball Team)

The Myth (San wa/Sheung Hua):
Guo Jing Jing (China Women’s Diver), Yi Jian Lian (China Men’s Basketball Team), Chen Fei (China Women’s Gymnastics Team), Yao Ming (China Men’s Basketball Team)

Death Sentence:
Zheng Zi (China Men’s Football Team)

The Chinese words say:
You killed the football fan’s heart.
Death Sentence

10 years ago when I saw China’s team lose, I wanted to die. 5 years ago when I saw China’s team lose, I lost hope. Now, even if the China team dies, I will pretend I did not see. I no longer have a dream.

Shrek 3:
Yao Ming (China Men’s Basketball Team)

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E.T.:
Michael Phelps (United States Swimming)

Kung Fu Hustle:
Liu Xiang (China 110m Hurdler)

aLIAN and aHua (Dumb and Dumber):
Yi Jian Lian and Cheng Jiang Hua (China Men’s Basketball Team)

More photoshops can be found on Mop.

Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.

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